Road closings: Work on SR 59, 48 ahead of scheduleMany readers have probably seen the signs on SR 59 between Jasonville and Linton. A portion of the road between West County Road 300 N, north of Linton and State Road 48, will be fully closed beginning Tuesday, May 29 while chip and seal operations are underway, explains a recent press release from the Indiana Department of Transportation...
WRV student receives $180,000 NJROTC scholarshipGraduating seniors had a lot to be proud of during Senior Honors Night the evening of Friday, May 18, but not many are given a standing applause. In addition to celebrating the seniors for their accomplishments, everyone took a moment to show gratitude to two graduating seniors who have made a commitment to serve their country...
Ellis Water to host meetings about buildingEllis Water has announced it will host two meetings — Tuesday, May 15 or Thursday, May 24th at 7 p.m. — for informational meetings on the need for Ellis Water to either remodel its office building in Linton or build a new building. There will be a brief presentation followed by time for questions and input from our members...
RDL to promote locally-known treasures with Gateway to Outdoor Recreation DayGreene County is home to many opportunities for outdoor recreation, such as Sunset Park, Greene-Sullivan State Forest, Goose Pond Fish and Wildlife Area, Shakamak State Park... but Michelle Burke of Rediscover Downtown Linton says that there are still local people and many out-of-towners who are unaware...
GCGH names new Medical Director of Emergency ServicesMichael Gamble, MD, MBA was named the new Medical Director of Emergency Services at Greene County General Hospital. Gamble, a board-certified Family Medicine and Emergency Medical Services physician, has practiced in GCGH's Emergency Department for more than 15 years. As Medical Director, Gamble is heading a new group of physicians and an updated charting system for the Emergency Department...
Chris’ Corner: Martha Glover remembered for her smile, compassionIf you ask 10 people who knew Martha Glover what they remember most about her, almost all would say her smile. “Martha was always happy and had a smile on her face,” Bloomfield High School Athletic Director Ron McBride recalled. Bart Beard, a 1986 Bloomfield graduate, agreed. “She always had a smile on her face no matter what. She was a sweet, sweet lady. Always smiling and in a good mood and willing to talk.”...
UPDATE: Springville man dies in head-on collisionAccording to a press release issued by the Greene County Sheriff's Department, the head-on collision happened at the intersection of State Road 45 and Carmichael Road at 9:23 p.m. Friday night. The release states the two vehicles were traveling in the opposition direction.
Turkey season is once again upon us
Posted Monday, April 25, 2016, at 11:22 PM
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- A great hunting dog is a treasure indeed (10/6/16)
- Its always an adventure on the river (9/16/16)
- Make mine a double (6/2/16)
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